Examples of rehouse in a Sentence
The organization is working to rehouse families who were displaced in the fire.
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Another was rehoused after initially being housed in a basement apartment with a rotting bathroom floor, mice, and dangerous electrical hook-ups, the review said.
The upshot is that they are rehoused—or, rather, housed—in a small rural community, with a school for Tom and a job, felling Christmas trees, for Will.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said after the fire that every resident would be rehoused in three weeks.
Three days after the fire, British Prime Minister Theresa May confidently vowed that all the victims would be rehoused in three weeks.
More than 30 cats have been rehoused after putting their best paws forward at Moon Cat.
For the full go-ahead to be given, however, Palace must rehouse residents of the six homes that require demolishing and improve local transport facilities for supporters.
Close by, on the USC campus, the firm is rehousing the interdisciplinary Iovene Young Academy.
Those rehoused, Mr Zhao thinks, end up with a new house, no savings, no job and 600 yuan a year of income support—not nearly enough to live on.
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REHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rehouse for English Language Learners
: to give (a person or animal) a different and usually better place to live
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